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Dec 4, 2013 4:00pm PST
the judge who ordered the release of the tapes, he said that they're useful in order to improve law enforcement reactions, and quote, delaying the release of the audio recordings, particularly where the legal joifgs to keep them confidential is lacking, only serves to fuel speculation about and undermine confidence in our law enforcement officials. is that judge wrong? >> that shows with you all due respect to that judge, that shows you how inane this is. there is nothing that he just said, nothing in that statement that any rational human would say, okay, right. i listened to those tapes and that gave me confidence in law enforcement. seriously? that doesn't pass the straight face test. it is somebody who just cowed to public opinion, i suppose. and titillation in letting it out and did not want to get appealed. there is no reason, no plausible reason why those tapes, playing those tapes which we just heard gave me any further confidence or anybody else in law enforcement or shed the light on law enforcement. that's ludicrous. >> jeffrey, some families were again the release of the
CNN
Dec 3, 2013 4:00pm PST
? >> and obama care. back from the dead? >> i need to you spread word about the law, about its protections about, how folks can sign up. >> can the affordable care act be saved? let's go "outfront." hello, everyone. i'm in for erin burnett. "outfront," cnn is learning the engineer involve in the deadly train derail many in new york was, quote, nodding off and caught himself too late, unquote, to prevent the deadly crash. that's according to union representative anlth bottalico. according to investigators, he passed the breathalizer test but said he was in a daze and doesn't know what happened after the crash. the national transportation safety board said there was no problem with the brakes. four people were killed and at least 67 others were injured. some of them severely when the commuter train entered a sharp turn going 82 miles an hour in a 30-mile-per-hour zone. nic robson is at the crash site with the latest. >> reporter: human error, william billy rockefeller's daze, increasingly the probable cause. his union representative saying he was nodding off and caught himself too late. >> he is e
CNN
Dec 9, 2013 4:00pm PST
laws. people thinking it's leading to something that's almost orwell yan. you take rural folks and that plays out. it explodes. so this is going to snowball as long as technology outpaces laws and the people feel the government is infringing on their privacy and liberty. >> so when i visited these hobbyists, they were talking about how the faa is going to come up with a rule and basically will have to come, the government, u.s. government, is going to have to determine what to allow the general public to do when it comes to the commercial use of drones. the u.s. government already has drones out there that are used for law enforcement and for what they argue are national security reasons. but we are in a lace in this country where we are bound to confront these issues in a very public way, but there's really been no debate about the u.s. government's use of drones at all. >> and that's one of the reasons i think you're seeing this popular push back, populist push back because folks are frustrated at the fact that the u.s. government is flying drones over their property and they
CNN
Dec 2, 2013 4:00pm PST
was caused by human error or equipment failure. what are you hearing? >> reporter: law enforcement official is telling us that there is no evidence that the engineer was using his cell phone while driving the train. that had been raised as a concern. obviously, it's not allowed by metro north for their crew to use cell phones or other similar equipment while at work. so that is a very important piece of information. but the ntsb saying that the train itself going 82 miles per hour coming out of a limited area to an area, the curve was limited to 30 miles per hour. also we understand that the train had been accelerating prior to hitting that curve, two minutes before, only doing 60 miles per hour. 82 miles per hour hitting the curve. we now know the brakes applied very late. the throttle being released very late as well. this is how they described it. >> approximately six seconds before the rear engine of the train came to a stop, the throttle was reduced to idle. approximately five seconds before the rear engine came to a stop, the brake pressure dropped from 120 psi to zero resulting in fu
CNN
Dec 6, 2013 4:00pm PST
. >> many people in illinois are resistant to any gun laws. listen to this exchange we had earlier with the national rifle association. he thinks superintendent mccarthy is trying to erode the rights of gun owners. >> no question. >> that doesn't make sense, does it? >> yes, it does. you have to remember where he came from. he came from new york. >> superintendent mccarthy because he is from new york cannot be trusted? >> yes. >> that sounds a little bit paranoid. >> i don't think it is paranoid. i think it is fact. we've watched this over the years. >> despite that violence south of control, the murder rate has fallen for five straight quarters. most people on the south side of chicago we talked to say they have noticed a difference. >> it has slowed down. >> is it getting better in. >> yes, it is. >> i hope the people of chicago, i owe them a level of safety so kids can play out on the streets. parents can sit on their front stoops in the summer without fear of gun violence. that's what i am accountable for and that's what i will deliver. >> reporter: cnn, chicago. >> our thanks
CNN
Dec 5, 2013 4:00pm PST
and studying law, mandela's trouble making politics began. and as a boxer he became adept at picking fights and sparring with the apartheid authorities which had increased its oppression against the black population. it was then that he made the crucial decision to take up an armed struggle, launching african national congress's armed wing. he was militant and a fire brand. definely burning his pass book. a dreaded document the authorities used against the black population. >> the africans require, want the franchise on the basis of one man one vote. they want political independents. >> that simple demand and the methods he took to fight for democracy eventually saw him and others tried for treason and sabotage. acts punishable by death. but they got life ill prisonment instead. banished to one of the most brutal and isolated prisons. another political prisoner remembers the first time he saw mandela in the prison yard. >> i could see from the way he walked and from his conduct that here was a man already stamping his authority on prison regime. >> mandela was released 27 years later. >> i
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